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How quickly you lift weights tells how long you will live

Ability to lift weights quickly is linked to a longer life, says a new study Prolong your life by increasing your muscle power is the...

Tilt training can halt recurrent fainting or syncope

Tilt training can reduce symptoms of recurrent fainting or syncope by upto 85% Tilt training effectively prevents fainting, according to research presented today at EHRA...

Not just the heart, signals from the ear or hand can...

Scientists report how signals from the ears or hands can be used to generate ECGs to check heart rhythm A novel electrocardiogram (ECG) method which...

Cardiology meet to look at gender & other aspects of heart...

The annual congress of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association in Spain will look at various aspects of heart disease Is it better for a person...

Giving birth increases stroke risk in women by 14%

Study says changes that the body undergoes during pregnancy may have permanent cardiovascular effects That giving birth is physically taxing anybody who has been through...

Heart patients should move around every 20 mins

New study presented at Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2018 says that's the optimum to expend 770 Kcal every day Heart patients are being advised to move...

Starting with 2 drugs instead of 1 key to blood pressure...

New study says a single pill with two drugs could transform blood pressure control A single pill with two drugs could transform blood pressure treatment. The...

Binge weekend? More alcohol you consume, higher is your heart rate,...

New research to be presented at a conference confirms binge drinking leads to irregular, rapid heart rate As you plan the weekend, here's something to...

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New antiplatelet drug for acute stroke could lessen bleeding risk

An experimental antiplatelet compound for acute stroke inhibited clot formation without increasing bleeding risk, finds study An investigational antiplatelet compound inhibited clot formation without increasing...

Mechanical thrombectomy is a big leap in stroke management

Mechanical thrombectomy can limit disability from stroke even upto 24 hours in carefully selected patients Majority of stroke (85%) occurs when blood stops flowing to...

Magnetic brain stimulation reverses age-related memory loss

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) that targets the memory center in brain restores age-related memory loss in older adults Stimulating a precise location of the brain's...